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Does the watch band need to match your shoes/belt?
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Originally Posted by Koaxke View Post

I found two that I believe that I like. Would either of these be more suitable towards wearing on the weekend with some denim? I'm assuming the wingtips are more informal and better suited for wearing out on the town, but I just wanted to double check.
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/products/5016.php
or
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/products/5038.php (in brown)
or
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/products/2607.php

I've found Loakes to be hit or miss. I'd go for C&J or AS.
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I live in Chicago. Do I need to put my dirty bucks away after Labor Day?
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How is the quality of Charles Tyrwhitts sport coats? Worth the relative low price?

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Hi Guys,

 

I recently bought these raf simons sneakers off ssense

 

http://www.ssense.com/men/product/raf_simons/low_top_white_velcro_sneakers/46942

 

I normally wear a size 10.5 US and I got them in a size 44 (they were the last ones left). Do you guys think these will fit me ok?

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I just got a pair of C&J westbournes. They seem to fit well, but unlike my Allen Edmonds they've been tearing up my heels. It seems like this is just because they're new and still a bit stiff, but is there anything I should do to mitigate the blistering while I break them in?

Here's the stylish step taken by one SF member:  http://lacasuarina.tumblr.com/image/29123894407.  Now good luck findng something so stylish.

 

Maybe this is them...http://www.smilemakers.com/shop-by-product/education/subjects/school-health/bandages/all-banages/BAN124.html

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I've found Loakes to be hit or miss. I'd go for C&J or AS.

 

 

Those are all from the 1880 range which are their top line, and in my experience, very good quality for that price range. Once you get into their other lower ranges, you may well be taking more of a chance.

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Originally Posted by MadRopes View Post

Hi Guys,

 

I recently bought these raf simons sneakers off ssense

 

http://www.ssense.com/men/product/raf_simons/low_top_white_velcro_sneakers/46942

 

I normally wear a size 10.5 US and I got them in a size 44 (they were the last ones left). Do you guys think these will fit me ok?

anyone help me with this?

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Originally Posted by taafis View Post

How is the quality of Charles Tyrwhitts sport coats? Worth the relative low price?

You get what you pay for but would say they are OK.

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Do you have any suggestions for something under $400 then?

sure, let me know, when you reached my level.
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What are some good leather shoes for a student at senior year of high school? I am going to use the shoes at school.

I have chelsea boots and desert boots. 

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What are some good leather shoes for a student at senior year of high school? I am going to use the shoes at school.
I have chelsea boots and desert boots. 

long wing bluchers in suede. can't go wrong, imo.
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This is a weird question, pardon my ignorance. I just had my first bespoke suit made and I choose a different option other than belt loops for my trousers. I cannot for the life of me remember the name. 

 

My question is what are alternatives for belt loops. I know tabs, but that wasn't the name. Anyone else know any other kinds? It's really bugging me and my tailor isn't open until Tuesday.

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by jbernard View Post

This is a weird question, pardon my ignorance. I just had my first bespoke suit made and I choose a different option other than belt loops for my trousers. I cannot for the life of me remember the name. 

My question is what are alternatives for belt loops. I know tabs, but that wasn't the name. Anyone else know any other kinds? It's really bugging me and my tailor isn't open until Tuesday.

Thanks!

Side tabs? Braces buttons? Back tab belt?
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long wing bluchers in suede. can't go wrong, imo.

Really? I actually like it, but some her at SF said it would look too formal. I would consider buying some longwings or wingtips in suede, but I don't want to look like a douchebag.

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